November 2023 Just published: "A Messy Affair. Audiovisual Performance and the Concept of the Post-Digital“ by Cornelia Lund on post-digital culture
A Messy Affair. Audiovisual Performance and the Concept of the Post-Digital
Audiovisual real-time performances and the concept of the post-digital are children of the same period: First coined by Kim Cascone in 2000, the concept of the post-digital emerged around the same time when computers became fast enough to process images in real-time, enabling artists to perform on or with them in real-time. This article explores the simultaneous development of audiovisual real-time performances and the concept of the post-digital. It examines the intersections between them, from the beginning of the 2000s when audiovisual performances remained mostly within purely digital aesthetics to nowadays more complex and critical post-digital approach to audiovisual aesthetics, dispositifs and discourses.
Lund, Cornelia (2023): „A Messy Affair. Audiovisual Performance and the Concept of the Post-Digital.“ Kulle, Daniel/Lund, Cornelia/Schmidt, Oliver/Ziegenhagen, David (eds.): Post-digital Culture, http://www.post-digital-culture.org/clund2
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